Barber Brennon Jones has been giving free haircuts to the homeless in Philadelphia for years, and even made national headlines in 2017 for his charitable efforts. But recently a police officer tried to shut him down. The cop said his sergeant wanted Jones to stop cutting hair and leave the area. But when Jones said he was going to call the mayor, the officer made a call and came back and said Jones just needed to make sure to clean up the hair when he was finished.
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